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Farmers finally getting crops into ground

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Wisconsin farmers are finally starting to get their corn in the ground.

The government says 4 percent of the state's crop is planted.

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That's way behind the normal for the date of 34 percent, because of the cooler and wet spring we've had.

According to agronomist Mark Weihing of Pioneer seeds, the sandier soils are off to a better start than most.

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